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american veterans. and u.s. forces are right there again in a race against time, part of the effort to save families in the philippines. millions of people fought against perhaps the most powerful storm ever to hit land. the winds leaving behind so much devastation, one philippine official said tonight, "god must have been somewhere else." rescue teams now racing to help. abc's gloria riviera is reporting from the city that took a direct hit. >> reporter: i want to show you the watch tower. that gives you a sense of how high the water rose and everything around it where i'm standing completely submerged. i can see three cars, somebody's bed right there. as if a wave of debris came rushing up and stopped and in the middle of this mess is where they're trying to set up emergency operations. we soared in a chopper carrying bags of rice, below us devastation, home after home shattered, families living in rubble without food or water. police cannot come fast enough. this is why. new images of the monster up close. storm chaser jim witnesses the storm's impact first hand. >> it blew hard. it blew
on jump in heartbeat. >> that is our report. thanks for joining us. >>> welcome to "world news." tonight the halloween nightmare playing out across a big part of this country. the flash floods, the dramatic rescues by raft, by helicopter, families hoisted to safety. abc's extreme weather team on the case tonight. >>> the breaking news late today, the justice department suddenly stepping in. the mysterious case of a teenager found dead in a high school gym. tonight you'll see the school surveillance tape. >>> ready for takeoff, the big change for anyone getting on a plane tonight. for some airlines it starts tonight. the fliers sending us their videos. >>> trick or treat. what happens when you unknowingly buy a so-called haunted house, the american families turning to the real-life ghost busters. >>> good evening on this thursday night. great to have you with us. diane has the evening off. we do begin tonight with that wicked weather on this halloween, millions of families taking a rain check literally on that trick or treating. here's why. a giant system on the move this evenin
>> thanks for joining us. we aappreciate your time >>> welcome to "world news." tonight coming to america, exclusive fbi video, armed terrorists living and plotting in a kentucky town. how did affiliates of al qaeda sneak into the heartland. abc's brian ross investigates. >>> tourist taken. why was an 85-year-old american veteran traveling on a tour taken captive in north korea. >>> critical condition tonight, "world news" tackles your hospital bills out of control. >> it was shocking. >> why should you pay $15 for one pill that can be bought for three cents. >>> final flight, the view on air force one, what really happened in the plane as it carried president kennedy on his last trip from dallas back to washington 50 years ago. >>> and a good evening on this wednesday night. as we come on the air abc news has learned that the fbi is on the move, investigating evidence that trained terrorists were able to come into the u.s. as refugees and slip right into the heartland. it seems they sneaked in with thousands and thousands of legitimate refugees from iraq, and there are new ima
, investigating evidence that trained terrorists were able to come into the u.s. as refugees and slip right into the heartland. it seems they sneaked in with thousands and thousands of legitimate refugees from iraq and there are new images tonight showing why the fbi is so concerned. brian ross starts us off. >> reporter: this fbi surveillance video was made in kentucky. it shows an admitted al qaeda terrorists who had already killed american soldiers in iraq trying to get weapons to kill more of them. authorities tell abc news he may be just one of dozens of men with american blood on their hands, who were mistakenly allowed to settle in the u.s. as refugees. >> these are trained terrorists in the art of bomb making that are inside the united states and quite frankly from a homeland security perspective, that greatly concerns me. >> reporter: the kentucky case unfolded in the city of bowling green where two iraq al qaeda cell members had moved into quiet neighborhoods living here and author. authorities say that waad alwan and ha maddy were able to come to the u.s. >> the system failed her
cheryl jennings. >> from all of us here, we the breaking news this friday night, the deadly shooting at l.a.x., the passengers running for their lives. >> we have an active shooting in terminal 3. >> the tsa officer shot dead. what was the motive? our late reporting from the scene tonight. and my interview with a passenger, the chilling moment face to face with the gunman. what the passenger said convinced it saved his life. >>> then the other breaking news tonight, the terror takedown, alleged master mind behind attempted plot at new york times square killed tonight. >>> the river rescue, the school bus underwater, their driver injured. what the children did to save their own lives. >>> and our persons of the week tonight, our mascots. we go behind the mask tonight, they put me in a harness, what they make me do over at american arena, not the time to be afraid of heights. >> one, two, three. >>> good evening on this friday night, diane has the evening off, as we come on the air for the west coast we begin with chaos and panic at l.a.x. in los angeles. a lone gunman pulling
>> thanks for joining us. >> from all of us here, back tonight the fumble and the scramble by the president. trying to fix obama care, announcing a big change while taking the blame over and over. >> we did fumble the ball on it. i'm the head of this team. that's on me. >>> thinking fast. caught on camera. two homes collapse into a giant sink hole. families forced to clear out as the hole grows wider. >>> and real money. do you have thousands of dollars just lying around your home? >> are you totally surprised right now? >> yeah. >> that's a lot of money. >> we turn one family's clutter into a lot of cash tonight. >>> and a good evening to you on this thursday night as we begin with a moment in the obama presidency unlike any we have seen before. the commander in chief under fire, trying to quiet the fury surrounding his signature achievement, obama care, today announcing a change in the rules, but the measure of what this means for his leadership can be seen in his face. take a look at these pictures from three and a half years ago, the joy, the confidence as he signed oba
>> from all of us, thanks for watching we'll see >>> welcome to "world news." tonight, travel nightmare, that monster storm threatening the busiest travel day of the year. snow, rain and wind, our team on the roads and in the air. will those giant balloons in the macy's thanksgiving day parade be grounded. >>> held hostage, the white house weighs in. will our new relationship in iran free this retired fbi agent held captive longer than any american? >> please help me get home. >>> real deal, news tonight about the secrets of those black friday prices. why some of the those big sales may not be such a big bargain after all. >>> and on top of the world -- ♪ you don't know you're beautiful ♪ >> new york's central park center stage for one direction's blowout concert. the formula for creating the biggest pop group on the planet. >>> good evening. diane is off tonight. as we come on the air a ferocious storm system with very bad timing is creating all kinds of trouble. look at the countdown clock, one of the busiest travel days of the year hours away and this is the storm, powe
thanks for joining us. >> world news >>> welcome to "world news" on this thanksgiving. the mall of madness, it is here and earlier than ever. the strategy revealed tonight, why the stores are racing to rack up sales and how you can win. our team on the hunt tonight, the best deals they could find. >>> home free, after driving through the storm to get there, what do you face on your way home. haven't seen that much snow this early in a decade. abc meteorologist ginger zee right here. >>> neighborhood nightmare, the 9-hour standoff. a gunman opening fire on place. tonight one officer lucky to be alive. >>> and the modern american mishap, tonight the thanksgiving videos and the butterball operators on the line with "world news," the crazy questions they heard today from panicked cooks. >> they've been in closets where they're whispering. >> hold on. "world news" starts now. >>> good evening on this thanksgiving. diane is with her family tonight, and it's great to have you with us here. despite the storm millions had to travel through, you made it. tonight, right to the images here.
osunsami starts us off with the very latest on this growing story. >> reporter: the accusations are so explosive, the nfl commissioner late today called for a formal investigation. were miami dolphin coaches the ones encouraging veteran offensive lineman richie incognito to toughen up second year offensive tackle jonathan martin. the harassment allegedly so severe espn is reporting that martin checked himself into a hospital for emotional distress. at a news conference the coach defended the team. >> the type of coaching since the day i walked through these doors has been one of honesty, respect and accountability to one another. >> reporter: incognito has a well earned reputation. in this video circulating from a sports bar, his famous short fuse is on dis explain. he's accused of sending racial slurs and voice mails. the drama is dividing the nfl. >> this game is hard as it is. there is no room for bullying in this league. >> reporter: former nfl coach herman edwards says bullying has no place in the locker room. >> i never asked a player to toughen someone up. i always felt that was
was on the home page. she is saying don't blame her. abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl starts us off. >> reporter: during the first month just 26,000 people were able to select health insurance through the federal website or over the phone, a stunningly low number. 14 states and d.c. operate their own health insurance market places and did better, nearly 80,000. all tolled obama care is way behind the administration's goal of 500,000 for the first month and the 7 million they hope to enroll by march. those numbers and who they sign up are critical to making obama care work. even before the numbers came out today, the white house put the blame on the troubled website. >> i can only tell you that we fully expect that the numbers will be even lower than anticipated because of the significant challenges caused by the website. >> reporter: but that line is not quieting anger in congress where today the most eye popping revelation came from one of the government's top accountants, the first official estimate of how much the website has cost so far. >> by the end of september it was nor
claiborne starts us off. >> reporter: tonight, michael skakel is a free man, still insisting he was wrongly convicted of a crime he did not commit. >> hopefully, we are at the first step of righting that wrong. >> reporter: the case combines money, power, and one of america's most famous families. skakel is the nephew of robert f. kennedy and his wife, ethel. his arrest for the 1975 brutal murder of his pretty, young neighbor had the public transfixed from the very beginning. it happened in ritzy greenwich, connecticut. 15-year-old martha moxley was found under a tree in her family's back yard, bludgeoned to death with this golf club. there were no witnesses to the crime, no dna evidence. skakel was also 15 at the time of the murder. but he wasn't charged until 25 years later, largely on the testimony of a prep school pal who said skakel confessed, saying, "i'm going to get away with murder. i'm a kennedy." >> reporter: a tiny prison cell like this has been skakel home for the last decade. he passed the years painting, a lobster, a clown -- this one titled faith. all the while the kennedy f
us. >> thanksgiving follow us on twitter. for >>> welcome to "world news." tonight triple threat, snow, rain and wind sweep across the country, 2 million miles of frozen road. hundreds of flights already cancelled. the winter blast threatening holiday travel plans for 43 million americans. >>> mind of a mad man, the new report and new images tonight from inside the home of the sandy hook shooter, what investigators have learned about the killer. >>> and -- >> i'm packing. >> for the first time that pint-sized crusader tells how he became america's tiniest hero. >>> good evening. diane is off tonight and we begin with that killer storm moving across the country right now, complicating highway travel plans for millions of americans. this map tells the story. 33 states in the cross hairs, 48 hours to go before the year's busiest travel day. tonight postcards from the storm zone are pouring in. trees no match for powerful winds in texas, whiteout conditions in oklahoma, and in philadelphia those fountains caked in ice. our extreme weather team is tracking it all. abc's senior weather
>> thanks for joining us. from all of us here, thanks for watching >>> welcome to "world news." tonight homeward bound. millions of americans navigate through nasty weather to get home for thanksgiving, airports jammed with passengers, roads slick with snow and ice, and news tonight about macy's giant parade balloons. >>> white house warning, another beg setback for the obama care website tonight and the worry about what could happen this weekend. >>> recipe for disaster, thanksgiving dinner and the biggest cause of house fires over the holiday. >>> america strong, the superstar chef who traded his luxury restaurant for a soup kitchen. >>> good evening. diane is off tonight. 43 million americans are on the move. across the country the long thanksgiving weekend got off to a hectic start, weather forcing more than 200 flight cancellations today because of snow, ice and wind. in north carolina a tornado blew the roof off this condominium, snapped trees and downed power lines. look at the map tonight, most of the trouble in the northeast, parts of the country bracing for more cold
. diane is with our family tonight and it's great to have you with us here. despite the storm millions had to travel through, you made it. spectators getting into the spirit, dressed as turkeys to watch the macy's day parade, joy on the faces of the children watching the balloons go by. we cannot forget who we need to thank on this holiday, the soldier in afghanistan. as many of you try to enjoy your dinner, just look at the long lines already forming at the mall this thanksgiving. so many shoppers who cut dinner short. more stores open this thanksgiving than ever before and if anyone needs reminding take a look at this. this is what's coming tomorrow. black friday and we have team coverage from the shopping centers to the weather center. we begin with abc's chief business correspondent rebecca jarvis at toys r us in times square. happy thanksgiving, rebecca. >> reporter: happy thanksgiving. more stores than ever this year has opened today. here at toys r us people lined up since this morning to get inside. once they opened the doors, the cash registers started ringing within five minutes.
diane sawyer is up next. >> thanks for joining us see you again in 30 >>> this is world news, tonight black friday madness. tempers flair, millions of holiday shoppers punch into stores, triggering fights, even gun fire. americans are surviving the craziest shopping day of the year. helicopter crash, rescue crews scrambling after police chopper crashes into a crowded pub in scotland. braising jewel heist. france's biggest and boldest rivalry, nearly $150 million worth of bling gone in 30 seconds. french police now asking you to help them catch this thief. >>> march of the wlals, hundreds of humpbacks converging off the coast, hundreds of spectators hoping for an encounter, what's in the water attracting them? >>> good evening, thanks for joining us on this friday night. we begin with black friday mania playing out tonight at malls across america. retailers opening doors earlier than ever to a crush of frenzied shoppers lured by seductive door buster deals. but in many locations the rush turned violent. shoppers brawling over discounted merchandise. is the sheer numbers at ame
right? >> thanks for joining us. from all of us here, we >>> welcome to "world news." an eruption tonight in big-time football. a whistle blower accuses a teammate of being a 320-pound bully. today a suspension and hidden details and a surprising new twist for a nationwide problem. >>> big break as temperatures plunge for millions of americans, good news on gasoline and keeping your home warm for the winter. >>> and making babies, young and gifted girls, thousands of dollars and a big experiment under way in america tonight. >>> and good evening to you on this monday night. we have reported so often on bullying in america, but we never expected that some of the toughest men in the country would say it is happening to them. professional football players and the accuser tonight is a 6'5" 312-pound defensive lineman. he says his teammate, this man, has made his life impossible. it has sparked a giant debate inside football and american homes. abc's matt gutman now on the latest on this big league version of a modern american problem. >> reporter: they are the biggest of men whose job
emergency doses of the meningitis vaccine not yet approved for use in this country. late today government health officials confirmed, they have agreed to import bexsero. it is currently licensed in europe and australia. it protects against meningitis b, the particular strain the students have been diagnosed with. bacterial meningitis is a dangerous infection of the protective membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord. it is spread through respiratory droplets exchanged through close contact such as coughing or kissing making campuses a potential breeding ground. >> you typically see if someone says i'm not feeling well they tell a family member or friend, i'm not feeling well, and then in a matter of hours or less, they can get really sick very quick. >> reporter: early symptoms resemble a cold or flu, which can be common at this time of year. why the cdc isn't taking chances. in hopes of stopping the spread of an illness, that kills 10% or more of teens and young adults who get it. if a vaccination plan is rolled out it could aim to inoculate the nearly 8,000 students at princeton.
on the wind. abc's meteorologist ginger zee shows us more about the rampaging tornados. >> reporter: the warning, the cries, the outright prayer. and from above, the big picture. this was washington, illinois before the tornado. and then that chilling image from today. a sickening scar stretching three miles, scouring everything in its path. a drone takes you in even closer. look at this neighborhood. these homes gutted but homes across the street seemingly untouched and the roads clear of debris. unwelcome records were set sunday. this is the deadliest series of tornados illinois has ever had in the month of november. >> reporter: tornados in november are rare but far from unheard of. the nation typically sees an average of just over 50 twisters total in november, but yesterday we saw all of that and more in about 12 hours. so much of it had to do with the strength and position of the jet stream. powerful southwesterly winds transporting moisture up from the gulf of mexico meeting with cooler, drier air higher in the atmosphere, a recipe for this late season outbreak. for all of th
champion starts us off. good evening, sam. >> reporter: good evening, george. there is a light, cold rain in central park. this prethanksgiving storm has made it on the east coast. look at the radar. it's the entire east coast, every eastern state from the gulf coast to maine is getting something outs of this storm. there is still the possibility of severe weather in north florida all the way to coastal a carolinas. let's head south a little bit though because that's the area that took the brunt of the storm during the day today deep into atlanta where they had a break in the rain for a couple of hours but now back into rain and there is even a possibility of that cold air bringing light snow in the morning. our gio benitez is standing by in atlanta right now. good evening. >> reporter: good evening to you from a wet atlanta, so much rain here all day long, so many accidents and the timing couldn't be worse. for millions of americans tonight, getting to grandma's house for thanksgiving means doing battle with mother nature. >> it's going to be a hectic day on tap for us. >> heading home f
custody order. state police were asked about the report late today. >> state law prohibits us from acknowledging any kind of emergency detention order or temporary detention order. >> reporter: the local sheriff told reporters he knew gus well. >> no problems at all with gus. he's a super nice kid. >> reporter: what police don't know or won't say what the motive behind this attack may have been. they have said from the beginning they are looking for no other suspects. david? >> jim, thank you. >>> now to another case playing out tonight in front of the cameras. george zimmerman this evening a free man once again. acquitted in the murder of trayvon martin, he was hauled back into court today after yet another arrest. his gun taken from him by authorities. we learned of a delivery no one saw coming from his soon to be ex-wife. here tonight abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: george zimmerman walked out of jail this evening without his guns. this after he faced a florida judge once again. in shackles with sweat on his forehead, charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for alle
of this storm, just cruel for the 39 million of us hitting the road this thanksgiving. the pre holiday hustle clogged in tennessee, an oil tanker flipped. in boston, gusty winds near 40 miles per hour. in atlanta, snow! the first measurable november snow they've had since 1975. along the east coast, we've had a solid soaking with at least one to two inches of rain almost everywhere. in north carolina, they're cleaning up after two tornadoes sliced into buildings tossing debris. >> we heard it, it was just a high pitch whistle like. >> reporter: and less than 24 hours after the tornadoes, jaw dropping snow. >> it's snowing pretty heavy right now. >> reporter: tires were spinning from new york to lake effect snow land in lake michigan as travelers fought through those streets. no, it isn't horrible everywhere. they're loving the snow at ski resorts like this one in michigan. weather or not, more people on the road means more accidents. on the night before thanksgiving progressive insurance found a 24% increase involving accidents involving rear end and parking. fortunately this storm is out of
us here, world news is next. we'll see you again at 6:00. >>> welcome to world news tonight. on the march, a powerful flash flood. water rescues, strong winds. are our holiday plans across the country about to be up ended? >> the hero behind the wheel a brave driver saved her small passengers from a hijacker. >>> and a president remembered. america, 50 years ago. and tonight the first lady who showed strength in grief. >> i said if anything happens we're all going to stay right here with you. >> the secret interview recorded just months after his death. >>> good evening to you, welcome on this friday night. this day on which we remember a young president, shot 50 years ago. and in a moment, we will take you around the country for the moving tributes. but first, tonight, we also have news about something so many of us are doing together right now. going over our final plans for thanksgiving week. and we have a big warning about a rainy, snowy threat to the 43 million americans, who will travel for thanksgiving. take a look at this, a storm so big, and so messy, you may want t
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